HAPPY KARTIK PURNIMA

Kartika is the eighth lunar month in the Hindu calendar. The Purnima day that falls during the month of Kartika is known as Kartik Purnima. The celebrations of Kartik Purnima begin on the day of Prabodhini Ekadashi which is also referred to as  Devuthanna Ekadashi.  As Ekadashi is the eleventh day and Purnima is theContinue reading “HAPPY KARTIK PURNIMA”

BHAI DOOJ

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Bhai Dooj, Bhaubeej, Bhai Tika, Bhai Phonta is a festival celebrated by Hindus on the second lunar day of Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight) in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar or of Shalivahan Shaka calendar month of Kartika. It is celebrated during the Diwali or Tihar festival and Holi festival. The…

GOVARDHAN PUJA

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Govardhan Puja as it is also known, as a Nature worship Hindu festival in which devotees Workship Mountains like Govardhan parvat and prepare and offer a large variety of vegetarian food to Bhagwan (God) Shri Krishna as a mark of gratitude. For Vaishnavas, this day commemorates the incident in the…

KARVA CHAUTH

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Karwa Chauth is a festival celebrated by Hindu women from the Indian Subcontinent on the fourth day after purnima (a full moon) in the month of Kartika. Like many Hindu festivals, Karwa Chauth is based on the lunisolar calendar which accounts for all astronomical positions, especially positions of the moon…

🔱🛕HAPPY DUSSEHRA🛕🔱

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Dussehra is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil. This day culminates the nine day long fasting period of Navratri. On this day the idol of Goddess Durga is taken in a procession and gets immerged in big water bodies. Many people of the Hindu faith…

🕉️ NAVRATRI – 2022 🕉️

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MAY THIS NAVRATRI BESTOWS US ALL PEACE & PROSPERITY MENTION OF MAA DURGA IN VEDIC TEXTS JAI MAA DURGE JI Maa Durga has been extensively mentioned in Vedic Texts (In Rigveda & Atharvaveda)? Maa Durge too finds mention in TAITTIRIYA ARANYAKA. Whereas the name of Maa Kali finds place in…

MAHALAYA

Mahalaya Amavasya is also called Sarva Pitru Amavasya, Pitru Moksha Amavasya or Pitru Amavasya. This is the day when a Hindu tradition is the last day of Shradh. On this day, if a person does not know the day of death of his ancestors, then he can perform Shradh ceremony of his ancestors on theContinue reading “MAHALAYA”

🌾 HAPPY ONAM 🌾

Onam is a festival celebrated by Malayalis in Kerala and at all other part of the world to mark the homecoming of the Great King Mahabali. It is also said to mark the harvest season for Kerala. The festival lasts for ten days and is celebrated with a great splendour. Feasts, colourful masks, performances andContinue reading “🌾 HAPPY ONAM 🌾”

NUAKHAI

Nuakhai or Navakhai is an agricultural festival mainly observed by people of Western Odisha and Southern Chhattisgarh in India. Nuakhai is observed to welcome the new rice of the season. According to the calendar it is observed on panchami tithi (the fifth day) of the lunar fortnight of the month of Bhadrapada or Bhadraba (August–September),Continue reading “NUAKHAI”

🦚 HAPPY JANMASHTAMI 🦚

Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Krishna. He is believed to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu and is revered across India. This year, Krishna Janmashtami will be observed on August 18 and 19. It is celebrated two days as he was born just after midnight. So, the previous day ofContinue reading “🦚 HAPPY JANMASHTAMI 🦚”

HAPPY NAG PANCHAMI

Nag Panchami is a day of traditional worship of Nagas or snakes observed by Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists throughout India, Nepal, and other countries where Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist adherents live. The worship is offered on the fifth day of bright half of lunar month of Shravana (July/August), according to the Hindu calendar. Some IndianContinue reading “HAPPY NAG PANCHAMI”

HAPPY KARTIK PURNIMA

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Kartika Purnima is a Hindu, Sikh and Jain cultural festival, celebrated on the Purnima (full moon) day or the fifteenth lunar day of Kartik (November–December). It is also known as Tripuri Purnima and Tripurari Purnima. It is sometimes called Deva-Diwali or Deva-Deepawali, the festival of lights of the gods. Karthika…